When you think about it, predicting the winner of a baseball game is a fool's errand. You're often wrong, and when you are right, it's probably not for the reasons you thought.

Nonetheless, looking foolish has never stopped our team of experts from making picks. Below you'll find their predictions and expected scores for Game 6 of the World Series between the Chicago Cubs and Cleveland Indians. That game will take place on Tuesday night.

Game 6 Winner Score Commentary
R.J. Anderson
5-3 Tomlin is good enough and the Indians claim the title.
Mike Axisa
4-3 This one will be a nail-biter. In fact, I'll say it's a walk-off win. Why not? We haven't had a World Series walk-off clincher since Luis Gonzalez's bloop in 2001. I'll give the series-winning hit to Francisco Lindor. What, did you expect someone else?
Jonah Keri
3-2 Josh Tomlin continues his out-of-nowhere October run of glory, Andrew Miller chips in with seven outs of fury and Cody Allen slams the door on the 2016 season.
Dayn Perry
9-7 The two teams combine for six homers.
Bill Reiter
5-2 Kris Bryant is back, Arrieta cruises again and Chicago forces a Game 7.
Matt Snyder
5-2 Hey, we deserve a seven-game series at this point and it will give us a Corey Kluber vs. Kyle Hendricks showdown. Having seen him so recently, the Cubs get to Josh Tomlin early this time with a pair of big homers, one from Kyle Schwarber and one from a back-on-track Kris Bryant.

Perfect split. We'll see who's right come Tuesday night.